Saddle soap or the Lexol leather cleaner (the orange container).What's the best way to remove stains.
I've got what looks to be a coffie or something similer on my pasanger seat, its like on the bottom so u have to like realy dig to find it but I know its there and it bothers me so any 1 know any tricks to get it out?
i dont have a problem keepin them clean. (touch wood) but i wont want to get the fading on the corners from constantly sliding in and out of the car. Im tryin to avoid them cracking and faded, tinting the windows i hope will increase the life on the seats....I could go on and on but I'd loose most readers (if I haven't by now) haha.
WHAT TO USE:
- Simply take a clean towel lightly dampened and add a little soap (just a little). Wipe the seats down with it. Then wipe them down again with another slightly dampened cloth with plain water.
Done. They'll stay clean, won't be all slippery and gooey and it'll help the leather last a loooooong time. I do admit to OCCASIONALLY using Lexol (a great low gloss product) but use it sparingly and not so often. Maybe once in the spring and again in the fall.
It was simply an analogy my friend, and not to be taken so literally. In many ways though, caring for leather hide is a lot like caring for your hair which is why I said it like that. But what do I know? Sometime things get lost in translation, especially online.nice comparison hair is just like your car interior
I've detailed cars for years and used Lexol for about 20 years.If you clean your seats regularly I'd say you could use a mild leather conditioner like Lexol twice a year and have nice looking seats for a long time. I had an older Mustang with white leather seats (ugh!) and that's how I took care of them. Got lots of compliments on them too.
i use zymol also i ha ve used it in the past works well..I like the Zymol leather cleaner and Leather conditioner. Never had a stain though so can't say that it works on them but it says it does. But for every week leather cleaning, I like this product. It leaves the leather NOT shinny and slippery, and it makes the leather smell like new again